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lisak
03-17-2001, 05:40 PM
I heard if you have a hopper pass you can use the monorail ect.. that they have.Were staying off-site and never have been there before so I don't have a clue about any of it.How should we get to the parks the fastest and easiest.we are driving there from Iowa.
Also best area and hotel chain to stay at on a buget and where not to stay Thank you :)
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snuggles
03-17-2001, 05:51 PM
Hi LisaK Welcome to the Dis! I think your question could be answered on the Orlando Hotels and Attractions board too so I'll copy it over there.
You can use the monorail and the bus. Park hopping is a lot of fun. We go to one park for the morning then hop over to another in the afternoon. Have a wonderful Trip. :)


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Keith
03-17-2001, 06:02 PM
Stay at Disney's All Star Resort. You can stay pretty cheap there, and it's Disney 24 hrs. a day. How many in your family? When are you going?

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lisak
03-18-2001, 07:03 PM
There is 4 -husband 14 yro and 7yro and myself.How do you you the bus and ect..where do you park?Thanks Lis

Keith
03-18-2001, 07:59 PM
You just park your car at the resort. The bus system is very efficient. There are bus stops right there, they pick you up and drop you off near the gates. No trams, no trying to find the car, no worrying which road to turn on. You can send souvenier packages back to your resort instead of carrying them around the park, make charges to resort room key, Mickey wake-up calls, early entry to a different park each day.

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[This message was edited by Keith on 03-18-01 at 11:06 PM.]